Known by most as Hawkeye, he was born July 17, 1975 in Spokane, WA.
He was a 1992 graduate of Lake Spokane High School.
He is survived by his mother Rene’ Goebel and stepdad Steve of Nine Mile Falls, WA; his father Richard Brisbois and stepmom Leaha of Fruitland, WA; his brothers Richard, Reb, Clifford, Tyler, Dwight and Devin; his sisters Patti and Danica; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins; his lifelong best friend Kye Condosta; a special relationship with his Grandpa Kip Brisbois and a cherished long-term relationship with his beloved Karen.
Hawkeye was a top notch union construction laborer and certified welder with over 20 years working in the local construction industry, mostly employed by Goebel Construction.
He would help anyone who asked him any time and loved running his chain saws.
Hawkeye was extremely proud of his Indian heritage and its traditions.
He was a hunter, fisherman, snow boarder and a lover of animals.
He loved his Alaska fishing trips and visiting the beautiful family property on Miller Mountain where his dad and grandpa live.
He loved riding his CR 1000 Repsol motorcycle and driving his big pickup.
He was also one of his Grandpa Kip’s favorite cribbage partners.
He had a very gentle, unassuming spirit and never had an unkind word about anyone.
He will be missed by his entire family and was loved by all who knew him.
Funeral Services were held at Heritage with burial following at the LaFleur Cemetery in Fruitland, WA.
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